Surface Pro 4 Rumored To Have Extra Thin Bezels That Change Size

By 12:27 Wed, 28 Jul 2021 Comments

Tablets with keyboards – everybody's doing it. The best-known of them is the Microsoft Surface and we're due for a recent one soon. The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 will reportedly feature a razor-thin bezel like the recent Dell XPS 13 laptop.

The top and side bezels are assumed to be close to invisible, while the bottom one will be thicker. The hardware Windows key (which was on the correct in the Surface Pro 3) may be moving back to the bottom or getting dropped altogether.

The bezels may not be fixed either. Take this with a grain of salt since it's pretty odd, but apparently the Surface Pro 4 display will switch between 13" (when docked) and 12" (when used as a tablet). This is dubbed Smart Frame.

The most likely explanation is that edge pixels are turned off to artificially create a thicker bezel and create the tablet easier to hold. It sounds clever, perhaps even necessary if the Surface Pro classy screen really has bezels as thin as this rumor claims.

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